7 posts • joined 7 Jan 2010
Say what you like about Zuckerberg...
... but that Mr Systrom is a heck of a negotiator!
Are you sure it's the website that needs the 'over 18 verification policy'? My interpretation of the bill is that it's the ISP that needs this system.
With each eye only receiving half the light being pumped out by the set, wouldn't this result in very dark images or the need for a massively bright backlight?
The most bizarre feature of these schemes, is that they seem to be hosted on domain names which are totally unrelated to either Visa or the merchant.
Just as people are told to keep an eye on the URL bar, we seem to get redirected to a totally arbitrary site to enter these details.
Available for N95 etc, but is it free?
To those saying that older phones are supported, it's true that you can click the "more info" link to be taken to a download page for that generation. HOWEVER, that download page makes no mention of free navigation. To see my point, go to that page and switch between a new and an old model. The new models specifically say "with free navigation", the older models do not.
Nokia still have a bit of business sense
It looks like this offer is only for those using their latest phones. People still using the N95 8GB generation don't seem to qualify.
Andrew, that's correct. However what I am more interested in is whether the Vodafone version will have customised firmware. I can live with a Vodafone Live icon, but I can't stand it when you have to wait for Vodafone to 'allow' you to download the latest firmware!
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